I just wonder if the huge layoffs at GM made the swine flu. No, I don't think that the US government caused the swine flu in Mexico, knowing that the illegal and legal traffic between the two countries could guarantee the spread...I'm crazy, but I'm not that f-ing crazy.
But the complicit media, who would rather take a flaming enema than tell the truth about what's going on in the economy, found this story just in time to ensure that the 20,000 lost jobs at GM, and the 10,000 lost jobs at Chrysler were relegated to the back pages of the newspaper or barely reported on the evening news, in favor of the panic-driven flu story.
Let's be clear, less than 200 people have it in the US. That doesn't even surpass the number of people who had the 'regular' flu last year in the city of Kalamazoo. And yes, you can die from the regular flu as well.
And had George W. Bush's administration approved a photo-op with Air Force One flying low and slow next to the Statue of Liberty, accompanied by F-18's, costing the tax-payers $328k, there would have been protests in the streets and calls for investigations. Anything from the press or dimwitocrats about the chosen one approving this? *crickets*
Just more evidence that this country is being driven straight to hell by the media who refuses to criticize the leadership which agrees with their agenda.